Keys to the Kingdom

Hello blog readers. Your usual blogging host, Stefanie, has packed her bags and gone off to Bali for a couple of weeks. She has entrusted me, Beth Sandefur, special events and membership manager, with the care and feeding of this blog while she’s gone. I’d like to think that it’s because of my superb writing skills but really it’s because I’m a girl that likes to tell a story and I have basic working knowledge of HTML. And she left me a very thorough list of instructions (i.e. little to no creative license).

The Cal Shakes bull pen is playing vacation rotation at the moment. We’ve all been overlapping each other by a day here and there. Robin, the box office manager, spent a few days in New Mexico and will be going back next week. Paul, development coordinator, was in Northern Minnesota. Susie, marketing director, spent some time in France. I have just returned from a trip to Minneapolis.

What’s in Minneapolis? I’m so glad you asked. Shawn Hamilton–who played the narrator, Gower, in our production of Pericles earlier this year–is currently holding down a role in a world premiere musical; Little House on the Prairie, at the Guthrie Theater. (Do view the flash site when you click that link, it’s quite something.) I am an unapologetic fan of musical theater, even the fluffy stuff, and couldn’t resist an offer of comp tickets for a musical that is still in development.

I’ll have the blog humming along with links to Twelfth Night reviews and photos, an inside look at how the development swings into the off season, and a preview of one of our upcoming Artistic Learning classes. You know, as soon as I finish wading through all the voice mail and email that stacked up while I was out of the office for a week and a half. Which will go much quicker now that I’ve shown my vacation photos to everyone in the office. Priorities.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    >Terimah Kesih!xostefanie

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